Please find below a curated list of 445 of The Best Our Past Quotes by notable women and men. Please consider sharing with others any of the Our Past Quotes that resonate.
Sooner or later we’ve all got to let go of our past.
Why wish for the privilege of living your past life again? You begin a new one every morning.
We are all here for some special reason. Stop being a prisoner of your past. Become the architect of your future.
Good friends we have had, oh good friends we’ve lost along the way. In this bright future, you can’t forget your past. So dry your tears, I say.
Every day you have to abandon your past or accept it and then, if you cannot accept it, you become a sculptor.
In every conceivable manner, the family is link to our past, bridge to our future.
You’re so ashamed of your past; drop it! You’re so proud of your past; drop it!
Even after the greatest defeats, the depressing thought of being a failure is best combated by taking stock of all your past achievements.
We count on God’s mercy for our past mistakes, on God’s love for our present needs, on God’s sovereignty for our future.
I believe that you go through your past and you learn what you learn for whatever reason. I’m just glad I’m not making fifteen-year-old mistakes at twenty-six – I got that out of the way.
We in ancient countries have our past- we obsess over the past. They, the Americans, have a dream: they feel nostalgia about the promise of the future.
A friend is someone who understands your past, believes in your future, and accepts you just the way you are. Truly great friends are hard to find, difficult to leave, and impossible to forget. A true friend is someone who thinks that you are a good egg even though he knows that you are slightly cracked.
You must learn from your past mistakes, but not lean on your past successes.
If we are not happy with where our past decisions have led us, then the place to start is with our current thinking process.
Consequences from evil will make your past haunt you
I really believe that our past can really hold us back from growth, so the best thing that we can do is MOVE ON and NOT DWELL.
Language also encodes our past. We want to know who we are. To know who we are, we have to know who we used to be. Consequently, our literature, written in the past, anchors us in that past.
Quit putting yourself in a little box by trying to live consistently with your past and explaining every little action you take. BE YOU. Fully. In this moment. Independent of what others may or may not ‘expect’ from you.
What does the enemy have to gain by convincing you to never deal with your past because your mind will never make it all the way through? It is a lie from the pit of hell. Today, claim your healing in Christ. It is your right as His child.
So it’s 1976 and we’re still riding on our past success. I mean I’ve gone on like that for I don’t know how long.
You make PEACE with your past by owning your PIECE of the past.
Let go of your past, but never forget what it has taught you.
Creating a meaningful life has less to do with how we feel about our past than what we do about our future.
Maybe the secret to continued success is as simple as knowing that your past successes could be done so much better now.
Embrace your past, but live for now.
The key to changing our past, present, and future is to create our piece of the PIE (our Perceptions, Interpretations, & Expectations) on purpose.
God’s never as nervous about our future, or as concerned about our past, as we are.
I believe everything negative that happens in your life is for a positive reason. If your heart breaks, you know that you are a human being and it happens. But you can’t mope over it. There’s only one life. You better get on ahead and fast. Fast enough not to let your past ever catch up with you.
some of us have so much defeat in our past that we feel we lost the race before we knew it started.
Keep some souvenirs of your past, or how will you ever prove it wasn’t all a dream?
When we take no responsibility for any aspect of our past, we limit our ability to respond in the present and the future.
Don’t let your past dictate your future.
The object of teaching a child is to enable the child to get along without the teacher. We need to educate our children for their future, not our past.
Your past may not be perfect, but it was perfect for your purpose.
I think all in all, one thing a lot of plays seem to be saying is that we need to, as black Americans, to make a connection with our past in order to determine the kind of future we’re going to have. In other words, we simply need to know who we are in relation to our historical presence in America.